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Umurga village of Limbaži municipality (Umurgas pagasts, Limbažu novads)
Latvia
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Family Graves of Latvian Poets Fricis Bārda and Paulīna Bārda in Umurga Cemetery
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Rural Cemetery near Umurga Village / Umurgas kapi
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Limbazi St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church. Inside (Limbažu Sv. Jāņa ev. luterāņu baznīca)
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Limbazi St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Limbažu Sv. Jāņa ev. luterāņu baznīca)
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Limbazi medieval Castle Ruins (Limbažu pilsdrupas)
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Interior of Steam Locomotive L-0312
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White Crosses in Riga Forest Cemetery
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Pinki Lutheran Church (Piņķu Jāņa baznīca)
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The Freedom Monument, left view
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Vilis Lācis Gravesite Memorial in Forest Cemetery
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Memorial of the Deportation June 14,1941
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Latvian War Cemetery
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Memorial in the Bikernieki forest
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St. Meinhard's Church Ruins, Ikskile
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Intersection of Barona St and Elizabetes St. View to National Library of Latvia.
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Memorial Museum to Žanis Lipke. First level (Žaņa Lipkes memoriāls)
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